ITV has struggled to find a successful dating format since the demise of Cilla Black’s show, which was a staple of the Saturday night schedule for nearly 20 years.
Elaine Bedell, the broadcaster’s director of entertainment and comedy said it was time for the dating show to return to prime-time television.
Take Me Out, hosted by comedian Paddy Mc Guinness, will feature 30 women from around the UK looking for Mr Right.
Each week one single man will walk into the studio and introduce himself to the women, who will each have a light in front of them.
The Sun's Bizarre column was treated to its own private tour of the luxury pad by none other than presenter Caroline Flack herself.
A new dating show is to hit prime-time ITV, it was announced, six years after long-running favourite Blind Date was axed.
The current show is filmed in sizzling Mallorca and returned on Monday with a brand new villa taking centre stage.
Contestants were treated to a gigantic pool, Jacuzzi and even Love Island branded condoms in a series first.
While the sizzling sun of South Africa will mean that girls pack plenty of bikinis with them.
TAKE Me Out is back on our screens for its tenth series and the latest batch of contestants are not short of witty one-liners. The new series of Take Me Out has reached its end but before it disappears from screens it is putting on a tenth-anniversary special.
If they decide the man is not for them, they switch it off, and the show will progress through a series of rounds until only one contestant is left.